Prints continue to play an important role in Daily Paper‘s collections. For its latest Spring/Summer 2014 collection, the up-and-coming Dutch brand draws inspiration from the unique patterns, colors and fabrics of the ancient Kuba Kingdom. The empire that used to be located in the area now known as the Democratic Republic of the Congo, was widely known for its sense of beauty and precision. This is aptly mirrored in the collection’s use of colors and the distinctive geometric patterns that adorn cut-and-sew pieces like denim shirts, classic bomber jackets, chore coats and allover embroidered shorts.
Look for the full collection to drop at select retailers and online towards the end of March.